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Nevada earthquake: Magnitude-6.5 temblor — and several large aftershocks — have struck near Tonopah

Nevada earthquake: Magnitude-6.5 temblor — and several large aftershocks — have struck near Tonopah

The quake struck just after 4 a.m. and was reportedly felt as far away as Reno and Sacramento.
House Changes Rules For The First Time In History To Allow Remote Voting

House Changes Rules For The First Time In History To Allow Remote Voting

House members will now be able to vote by proxy and hold committee hearings remotely during the coronavirus pandemic
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds confirmed, and the Enterprise returns     - CNET

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds confirmed, and the Enterprise returns - CNET

Captain Pike and Mister Spock take the helm for this Discovery spinoff on CBS All Access.
Trump: Without Coronavirus Testing ‘We Would Have Very Few Cases,’ Here Is The Reaction

Trump: Without Coronavirus Testing ‘We Would Have Very Few Cases,’ Here Is The Reaction

On Thursday, President Donald Trump said that testing for the Covid-19 coronavirus might be “overrated.”

Wisconsin at center of sharp political divide over reopening U.S. economy

Wisconsin's governor on Thursday predicted confusion among residents and business after the state supreme court struck down his sweeping stay-at-home order, fueling a growing political divide over how
27 'Shark Tank' home products that are actually useful

27 'Shark Tank' home products that are actually useful

These "Shark Tank" home products solve for wasteful design, while others address the annoying inconveniences that everyone experiences.
Fauci Loses Support From Republicans After Trump Criticism, Poll Shows

Fauci Loses Support From Republicans After Trump Criticism, Poll Shows

Public perception of the prominent health official has shifted in recent weeks.
CDC Warns On Coronavirus-Related Inflammatory Syndrome Found In Children

CDC Warns On Coronavirus-Related Inflammatory Syndrome Found In Children

Cases are increasingly popping up globally of the new syndrome.
Australia Fires: Rescue dog Bear saves scores of koalas

Australia Fires: Rescue dog Bear saves scores of koalas

A koala-detecting dog has come to the rescue in the aftermath of Australia's fires.
Melissa Etheridge Says Her Son, Beckett, Died From Opioid Addiction

Melissa Etheridge Says Her Son, Beckett, Died From Opioid Addiction

Melissa says Beckett died due to an opioid addiction. She says he struggled to overcome his addiction for years and finally succumbed. Melissa Etheridge is grieving after announcing her son, Beckett
108-year-old New Jersey woman who lived through Spanish flu survives coronavirus

108-year-old New Jersey woman who lived through Spanish flu survives coronavirus

Sylvia Goldsholl turned 108 in December. This month, she beat COVID-19.
Richard Burr: Senate intelligence chief steps down for FBI probe

Richard Burr: Senate intelligence chief steps down for FBI probe

The Republican is suspected of using privileged details on coronavirus risks for insider trading.
Economists forecast another 2.5 million Americans filed for unemployment insurance last week

Economists forecast another 2.5 million Americans filed for unemployment insurance last week

"If the current rate of decline continues, claims will dip below 1M in the second or—more likely—third week of June," said economist Ian Shepherdson.

Cicadas will emerge in North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia starting this month

The cicadas are expected to reappear after living underground for 17 years. The "Brood IX" will appear in North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.
Warren Buffett is wrong about airlines' prospects after coronavirus, Raytheon CEO says

Warren Buffett is wrong about airlines' prospects after coronavirus, Raytheon CEO says

"Unlike Mr. Buffett, I actually do believe that the airline industry is going to come back," Gregory Hayes said at a conference.
Facebook Will Pay Out $52 Million After Failing To Protect Moderators From Dangers Of Extreme Content

Facebook Will Pay Out $52 Million After Failing To Protect Moderators From Dangers Of Extreme Content

Thousands of former and current content moderators will receive compensation after suffering with mental health issues, including PTSD.

Divided U.S. Supreme Court wraps up arguments on Trump financial records

U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday appeared divided over President Donald Trump's bid to prevent Democratic-led congressional panels from obtaining his financial records but seemed more
Clash between South Dakota governor, tribes escalates over checkpoints

Clash between South Dakota governor, tribes escalates over checkpoints

While South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem threatens legal action against the tribes, 17 state legislators urge her to find a resolution outside of federal court.